Joint Letter on School Facilities

While Arizona proudly continues its decade-long reign as one of the fastest academically improving states nationally, there remains much to…


Putting Arizona’s empty schools to use can improve education and save money

Enrollment in Arizona’s public schools—including both charter and traditional district schools—has grown by more than 25 percent since…


Statement from Foundation Policy Advisor Courtney McKinstry on Arizona’s Historic Adoption of the Drought Contingency Plan

Below is a statement from Arizona Chamber Foundation Policy Advisor Courtney McKinstry on Arizona's historic adoption of a Drought…


Statement from Foundation CEO Emily Anne Gullickson on Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s State of the State

Below is a statement from Arizona Chamber Foundation Chief Executive Officer Emily Anne Gullickson on Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s State…


Time is Short to Sign a Drought Contingency Plan

Arizona must sign the Drought Contingency Plan. That’s according to an Arizona Chamber Foundation recommendation in its newest policy brief…


Arizona Industry Fellows Class of 2018 Announced

The Arizona Chamber Foundation is proud to announce the members of its 2018 class of Arizona Industry Fellows, a non-partisan project in…


Foundation Hires Senior Research Strategist

The Arizona Chamber Foundation has named Dr. Matthew Ladner as its new Senior Research Strategist. Working on the Foundation’s research…


Fall Leaves, Halloween, Snoop Dog and… Manufacturing Month!

When you think of October what usually comes to mind is fall leaves, Halloween costumes, Snoop Dogg’s birthday, and those little…


Arizona’s Role in Preserving Colorado River Water

The Arizona Chamber Foundation released a Policy Brief today outlining Arizona’s role in creating a sustainable drought contingency plan to…


“Medicare for All” Not Fiscally Feasible in Arizona

The Arizona Chamber Foundation released a Policy Brief today examining the fiscal impact of a “Medicare for All” plan in Arizona and found…